THE owner of a Yorkshire Terrier stolen from a north Dublin park has desperately appealed for the public's help in locating the missing pooch.
Jack White's beloved pet 'Buster' went missing at around 10am on Thursday, February 15 while out for a walk in Father Collins Park, Clongriffin, D13.
Little Buster was wearing a hi-vis jacket and a collar when he disappeared.
His owner has launched an emotional social media appeal to try and find Buster – who he fears was snatched so that he could be sold.
Mr White said he has been told that none of the park's CCTV was working on the day in question.
— Alvagh Cronin (@AlvaghCronin) February 18, 2018
"Please help me," the pensioner wrote on Twitter. "He's all I've left in my life.
"4 Days gone from Daddy's lap. In my mind's eye I see his tears and hear him crying softly.
"Oh Buster when will I see you again? Somebody must be able to help."
A reward is being offered for any information leading to the safe return of Buster, who is described as a male Yorkshire Terrier with black and tan fur.
When last seen, the "dearly loved family pet" was wearing a hi-vis jacket and a tagged collar including a phone number. He is also microchipped.
Anyone who has seen Buster or has any information is asked to call 086 803 7831 or 086 375 4349.
— jack white (@suchcrap) February 18, 2018